Artisans Collective are proud to be supporting our friends at Childline Prestatyn, by selling tickets for this event. Held at Prestatyn Football Club’s, Bastion Road Stadium.
Come and help Childline Prestatyn celebrate with a sensational line up of bands, headlined by Blue Nation, supported by Hedge Gods, Fiction Lies, Goodnight Sweethearts and many talented local youth bands.
Tickets are only £5 in advance from us at the Old Library in Prestatyn or on the gate. Under 13s must be accompanied by an adult.
Alongside the bands playing there will be lots of free activities for children until 7pm and then dance the night away with the headline bands until 10pm.
Licenced bar and food stalls on site. Maximum capacity is 1,200 – tickets are selling fast so don’t delay!
We have been working hard on the Outside garden area’s. In preparation for the Classic Car show at the end of the month.
Including preparing a Dementia “quiet zone”. Located in the heart of Prestatyn. Between the High Street and Parc Prestatyn.
It has been rewarding hosting the start of the Walking Festival. which as usual has a fantastic following.
We enjoy collaborating with other voluntary groups in our locality. We have also been working with Friends of Prestatyn Railway Station recently.
Our involvement with Healthy Prestatyn Iach is constantly developing. They are an innovative primary care NHS service absolutely committed to providing the best, person-focused, experience possible.
Team members have attended Dementia friends training. We have met a lot of the new staff. Particularly the Occupational Therapists who have taken great interest in all of our activites.
Yes it has been tiring. But so rewarding this month. We have a lot of idea’s in the pipeline. The team are looking forward to the next few months with excitement as things develop. Including our Grow Wild and Dementia gardens 🙂
It is fantastic seeing the support from local businesses, town and county councillors, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – Healthy Prestatyn, and the general public.
Each Information Session lasts around one hour. You will learn more about dementia and how you can help to create dementia friendly communities.
Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Friends programme is the biggest ever initiative to change people’s perceptions of dementia. It aims to transform the way the nation thinks, talks and acts about the condition. Dementia touches the lives of millions of people across the UK.
The Friends scheme was launched to tackle the stigma and lack of understanding that means many people with the condition experience loneliness and social exclusion.
Dementia Friends is about learning more about dementia and the small ways you can help.
We are now looking at ways we can further help the scheme in our hometown. The first step will be to set up some dementia champions.
What is a Dementia Friends Champion?
A Dementia Friends Champion is a volunteer who tells people about dementia, how it affects people’s day-to-day lives, and how they can make a positive difference to people living with dementia in their community. It’s easy to get involved if you meet our eligibility criteria.
What are the requirements for becoming a Dementia Friends Champion?
To be a Dementia Friends Champion you need to:
Genuinely have the time to run Dementia Friends Information Sessions and reach around 100 people
Be over 18 years old
Be a good communicator and speak objectively about dementia
Enjoy talking to groups of people
Have access to the internet and be willing to record the number of Friends you reach by the website
Keen to set up Information Sessions in workplaces and your local community
Enthusiastic about Dementia Friends
Voluntarily attend a whole day induction.If you are interested in becoming a champion please contact us
Snapshots of the start of Voluntary Arts Week here in North Wales when as every week we #lovetoCREATE.
All of our groups are seeing the months of hard work now coming to fruition at the start of Voluntary Arts Week in Prestatyn.
It would be rude not to share with you.
Above some of Aimee’s Art group say why they #lovetoCREATE
“I just want to say thank you to everyone who’s liked and shared my Art page X I love being able to share with everyone what my Friday Art Group and everyone at Artisans Collective CIC have created together we all make a great community team X #prestatyn” -Aimee
Jayne’s Children’s art and craft workshops joined in and produced some nice countryside and animal scenes this week.
Steve’s video of the outdoor art installation with contributions from all of our community groups during Voluntary Arts Week 2016.
“What a fantastic morning in Art Group At Artisans Collective CIC sun shining, nice and warm, birds singing perfect for an outdoor session xx
Really enjoyed it today I love my group and days like today makes it all the more special #lovetocreate ” -Aimee…
Above – Pictures of Yvette’s Saturday Morning Crocheters in full swing. With lots of great work, and plenty of banter created each week.
We also have a couple of displays in the Scala Cinema in Prestatyn, with lots of creations being shown in public for the first time. We are extremely pleased that they allowed us to display our community groups work there.
Voluntary Arts champions and promotes this wonderful creative activity, and to give it a moment in the spotlight, coordinates the Voluntary Arts Week festival every May.
During this special week, we encourage creative groups of all kinds to showcase what they do and invite newcomers to join them.